& # 39; Hearts break … we just want him to go home & # 39 ;: the desperate plea of the family to find a father staying at home, 35, after he disappeared from his home in Sydney almost two weeks ago
- Andrew Olphert, 35, was last seen in his Little Bay house on the morning of June 17
- The police are conducting search operations in bushland, where Olphert used to visit
- Olphert had & # 39; challenges & # 39; experienced at the time of his disappearance
Andrew Olphert, 35, has not been seen or heard since he left his Little Bay home on the morning of Monday, June 17
We are looking for a father from Sydney who stays at home and who has been missing for almost fourteen days.
Andrew Olphert, 35, has not been seen or heard since he left his Little Bay home on the morning of Monday, June 17.
His family reported missing from the Eastern Beaches Police after he had not returned home.
The friends and family of Olphert have become concerned by saying that his disappearance is out of his character.
His car stays parked at his house with his dog, and his telephone or bank accounts have been used since he disappeared, The NZ Herald reported.
Police are now searching through bushland near his home where he reportedly often spent time.
NSW Police Superintendent Rowan Cramsie revealed that at the time of his disappearance, Olphert & # 39; some challenges & # 39; had gone through.
The father who stayed at home, who was born in New Zealand, would face some challenges at the time of his disappearance & # 39; have gone through
& # 39; Andrew lives in the area, he certainly went through some challenges in his life. So much so that his family, friends, and police are worried about his well-being, & said Cramsie on Thursday.
& # 39; The fact that he hasn't been in contact with anyone for so long concerns us enormously and that's why the police are looking for this bushland near his house today.
& # 39; Andrew was known for enjoying the outdoors and being very adventurous. He was also known to visit this area. & # 39;
The police said it will take quite some time to search through the dense and rugged terrain and ensure that no stone remains.
The police are now searching through bushland near his home, where Olphert often spent time
Police said it will take quite some time to search through the dense and rugged terrain and ensure that & # 39; no stone remains untouched & # 39;
The van Olphert family has made desperate pleas to make it & # 39; greater than life-character & # 39; to find.
& # 39; Hearts break now when we enter our tenth day, & # 39; said his mother Lin Olphert.
& # 39; Andrew, when you get there, just contact us. We miss your husband and we love you. We want you back in our lives, & friend Luke McGinty has long been saying.
His sister Lucy Olphert has also argued on social media.
& # 39; This just doesn't feel real. EVERYONE who has information about Andrew's whereabouts, please come forward. We just want him at home, & she said in a Facebook post.
Olphert, who was born in New Zealand, was starting a furniture import business, according to the NZ Herald.
He was last seen wearing a navy and white striped sweater and navy / dark colored trousers.
Olphert is approximately 175 – 180 cm long, of average build, with brown hair and smooth shaven.
Anyone with information about this incident is requested to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au.
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